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The Cincinnati News (Newspaper) - April 24, 1883, Cincinnati, Ohio4 t. ®iti0 it Tii i number 144.Cincinnati, tuesday april 24, 1883. Price two cents. M appalling disaster. Musl Szippl towns prostrated by a Cyclone. My killed and More wounded by a calamity unparalleled in that Section of the country. Few Orleans april 23.�?news i Cheri Here it night of r terrible disaster in Ltd it pah of annoy mus., about 4 90 of clock. Owing to Lack of telegraphic Tacl Latiea the news is exceed tingly meager but enough is know to pronoun Ltd it one of the worst. If not the worst calamity that has Ever befallen the country in Holch it in erred. About the hour mentioned the people of Wesson miss., saw a storm gathering and began preparing for it. A it was Erldene there was a great blow coming. There was the usual dark funnel raped Cloud that is always seen on such of Casio it but almost before any one could Point it out to his neighbor it Wagon the Little town and had converted it into a mass of ruins. Twenty five were completely blown Awa it or converted into kindling and fifteen people were killed. The death list includes Many of the leading citizens of the place. Immediately following uie report of the de at curtion of Wesson came the report that Beau vagary Only a mile Distant had suffered a similar or if possible a Woree Fate fully As Many if not More lives being lost than in Wesson. One report says every House in Beauregard was tracked while another is that forty even buildings were blown Down and thirty people killed and twice at Many mangled and maimed. Asan instance of the violence of the elements it is suited the depot at Beauregard was lifted up bodily and Laid in a pile of ruins on the the Side of the Railroad track fully fifty feet from original location. Later details Are sent by the times Democrat correspondent at Wesson who says a frightful Cyclone passed Over Wesson Aad the town of bean regard a mile above about 4 of clock 8un-Fiay afternoon. The wind the past three Days has been blowing a Gale and lowering Clouds indicated a storm. Its approach was known Home minutes by a deep mumbling sound win a 4k>wa in dwellings shaking with violence and Many intelligent people thought it an Earth Thunder roared and the lightning i ached with alarming Force and vivid Tama fences were Tom Down Trees which had stood the storms of years were up looted and cast hundreds of Yards away. East of the Railroad. In Wesson the damage was baht but iii the Western portion of the town the destruction was awful in in character. As a Oon a the storm bad somewhat abated and the people began to look about loud peals of Church Bells rang out. People were seen running in All directions toward West won rain in the meantime was pouring in torrents Rice Hing reach Orchards Street an indescribable scene was witnessed the Street was lined with a Law re number of houses in which the opera Olvea of the Mississippi Mills Are domiciled and Tere the greatest death action occurred. People were seen on All sides sobbing and the groans a i the wounded beneath the ruins were perfectly appalling. Dwellings were Tom to atoms. The Pine Forest just beyond was blown out of existence. The work of removing the dead and extricating the wounded from the ruins then b an. Bra. Sexton Rease and Battler were soon upon uie scene and did All to their Power to relieve tie suffering of the wounded. The number killed is estimated at fifteen. Two or three to Fieldren Are missing and 150-or 200 dwellings a blown Down. From Home of them escapes were Mara Zulouf the number of pc a a a pie with broken limbs is estimated at seventy five. The wounded were remove Ltd a fast a poas Lulf to houses which escaped jury. Several of the dead Lay out in the Vio Lent rain More than an hour after the storm i the citizens Are doing All in a Mieir Power for the wounded Many of whom u is feared n ill die a special train with physician a from Mccomb atty and Brookhaven arrived Here at 7 o clock borne of these physicians jul go to Beauregard up a Bare the dust Netlon to life wad property is it my pay indescribable. The kilted among the killed in Wesson Are a mrs. Crusty and two children. Several children of j. T. Loson on of whom was found crushed under a Chimney. Two persons were so mangled As to be in. Be cognizable and several others whose names a Only not be obtained in the confusion. A Little Hoy was found in the Woods several bundred Yards away unhurt. Calvin Reed living in the Vicinity died from Nei tement the town except in the locality mentioned Rafle red Little except general destruction of la. I Necca and regard la Only a mile above Here and Lay or in the direct path of the Cyclone. The scene is \ ahoo lately appalling. Beauregard is no More is in truth a mass of ruins it is with diff Volty that one can ride through so thickly Are a Trees strewn acro a the Road. There not a House of and character standing the place. The dead dying and Onn did were brought Here. Two Brick stores of Epson Aco. And m. Daniel a co., the larg in the place were swept away. Timbers Are uttered for i Lea around even ont in the utry two and a half Miles. The Urt or the Peak As known is As follows Milton Story Benton. Captain Lamkin wife and child a. O. Williams or Luther Jones and family a in in number miss George Mitchell Rev. J. Graen of Crystal Springs or. Keating of Wes a on miss Lula Benton John Terrell or. Sandl Fier and wife Lule White and three negroes. The wounded some of whom Are fatally in bored Are John Ross and wife Morgan Jaynes mrs. Westerfield Isaac Bloom and Kii or. Tambou of Brookhaven John Hollo a Way and wife or. W Wilcox a. J. Fergus b Aon and family numbering ten or. Tierce wife and child Lac airy Clay m. Ito Vison Charles eld Ridge Charles Lane e. T. Robertson miss Ruth Higden miss Clara Ilain ton or. Moody and wife Misa Jennie Helton mrs. Benton j. F. White and wife l. Dunn and wife we. Parker wife and child mrs. Feets and mrs. Ferguson. The following badness houses were destroyed of the Railroad e. Loving a e in Ottonas a Cima Ford a Hampton Moody a Thompson amp i m. Daniels a , John ter lies. Walkers Levison a Morris Briggs Pope a Ferguson a. Lee Bridwell s. Besides these three were destroyed West of the Railroad n a Whites variety works John Etta a the Postof Bce a. A. Birr s store mrs. B 110161, and the depot buildings with and passenger cars above but poorly tells the Story of the Ity that has overtaken the two prosperous but in the confusion naturally con a quest upon such an occurrence it u impose Bleto give a Complete and comprehensive glory. The heavy rain that fell during the even tet while it added to the misery of the suffer Gas and made the condition of the victims who were rendered homeless potable in the extreme still should be considered As almost a god a end for without it the horrors of the affus r must Hava been four fold for fire would cer thinly have followed and completed Tuccy Slone s work a destruction rendering thewes one of Many of the wounded impossible. It is sieved All the wounded have Beer taken from Eie debris. In Beauregard the search of the quids was being prosecuted in a half hearted bind of Way the vastness of the catastrophe and the oomph Etuess of the destruction having a game singly paralysed the survivors. A times it Mccraty a West Point special Utlay says a terrific a ale from the Northwest struck ibis town yesterday afternoon accompanied by torrents of rain and the largest Hail Ever seen Here. The Oon Thouse lawyers Row Central Motel Cotton Exchange office. Olympic Saloon Henry House w. A Bibb a store and Flanagan ,1 were a roofed and materially damaged Barber shop was partially blown Down. And Trees were prostrated and consider damage done generally. No lives were eight or ten lives were let it and about fifty persons most of them negroes were injured a some of whom will probably die. On the Natchez a Columbus Railroad the town of Tillman was destroyed. On the Vicksburg a Mer Diun Railroad the town of Lowrence Sui cred terribly but no lives were lost. Attil Raan. Or. Paggett was killed and Calvin Phillips. Miss Covington and miss Hoggott were injured the town is in ruins. The scone past to about one mile East of red lick miss causing some loss of life and great damage to property the track of the storm was about 200 Yards wide. On the Ros place buildings and fences were blown Down killing a coloured child and injuring Sev a ral persons. But one House remained standing on the Killingsworth Plantation. In one Cabin were five persons who say that the Waits and roof of the House were lifted up and carried away leaving them standing unhurt on the floor. At Cooke a Plantation on the tora Bugbee River nearly every House was demolished. At Ca Ledovina. Twelve Miles North of Columbus the storm seers to have Concu Tranod fury. Jack Stephenson Whilt feuding Over his wife and to Yang to allay her fears it Vas struck on the head by a falling beam and instantly killed. A special from Tuscaloosa ala., says Quot Liis Section was visited yesterday by a heavy storm of wind and rain. The Black Warrior River is now fifty feet above Low water Mark and still rising hundreds of acres of the richest lauds in the Warrior Bottom that have been already planted Are submerged and planters will Buffer heavy loss. Jackson mifn., april 23.�?reports of destruction by the Cyclone Are coming in. At Wesson. Thirteen w Ere killed and sixty wounded. At Beau regal Twenty three were killed and ninety wounded. Twenty seven houses in Wesson were destroyed while Beauregard was entirely swept away. The suffering is very great and assistance is needed. In the Natchez a Columbus Railroad the town of Tillman was destroy Eil several Persona killed and Woun Deil. On the Vicksburg a Meridian Railroad the town of Lawrence suffered terribly. Re Jioras from other places and from the country show that the storm was widespread and destructive. Telegraph lines were blown Down for Miles. Savannah april23.�?a dispatch from East Manga says that a Cyclone passed Over that town doing great damage. The House of John Register was blown Down and his Tuo children were killed. Samuel was Dernoll had and his wife and children were badly injured. Atlanta april 23.�?dispatches report the passage of a Cyclone through the lower part of Georgia with destructive results. The lightning was comi Nous and kept the night so lit up that one could read. Dispatch from Albany reports eight persons killed and about Twenty five wounded. Eastman dispatches re tort two persons killed. april 23.�?great damage was done this City by the storm lat night. The depot disc slings and stores were stir emf a Trees uprooted and fences torn Down. Sci tools from the surrounding country show Ilic Borm to have been very destructive. The wires Are Down and Bard to obtain. details of the Tornado of yesterday show the damage to have been nearly in this City and very destructive near Here. At Charleston thirty six Bales of Cotton floated away in the torrent. At Knoxville hourly four inches of ram fell and die farms were Oady damaged. In Alabama Many were blown Down Between Whitney and Mcdonalds. One Man with a family of seven iii to dren was found wandering about lilt crazed and says All his children perished in the ruins. The question of wages plots blk Iron workers reject a Flop used Cut. Negotiate Unis it an end and a strike in pends tie Hocking Valley strike. Pitts Rren fa., april 23. latest gossip that has leaked out from responsible quarters regarding the secret Picceo it Lings of the recent Iron Confert mice on the question of. Wages is that in addition to reducing the basis of the scale a corresponding reduction of ten percent., Ora Little More in All departments of skilled labor was proposed. This was rejected by the bean regard is a Squill town in Topiah county . Forty four Miles Southwest of Tackson and one mile North of Wesson. It a located on the line of the new Orleans. St. Louis a Chicago Railroad and population is about t x or 51�. Wesson is Tho somewhat More in Cortani place on the line of the same Road being a son of summer resort for the people of new or Loans. It has a population of about and a Large Cotton and Wool factory employing Coo hands workmen a Renso natives we creep i the manufacturers Are Reid oiled to have told Mie workmen that they would hold no More Iosim meetings us ii the a suction is acre pts Al. If True that is Why there live been no More Cou Forence or no time fixed for one. Til is evening a vote on tie question was taken in a number of lodges but Only a few have be n he Natl from As yet. Three on the Shiuh 8ide voted for a strike rather than submission to a reduction. Tic be were the Duquesne. Luster and Mcku Iglitz a Kilgos a his be membership inc Iuie nearly All the Iron workers on the Outh mde. In re sri to the drop in the Price of pig Iron a Mantac Tunrer Here says "1 think that the Kastern men arc unnecessarily scared Over i he remit failures. There Art no indications of anything like a panic but simply a downward tendency in the prices. The Large Stock of Jug Iron held by Marshall a co. Will hardly be thrown in iii the Market. I understand that the col laterals held by the Banks will All mat Ore to a Short time and the Banks will then Likely sell the Iron and buy it in themselves. The drop in the Market on saturday made a loss of cd on that Sto Ltd a. Tut the Banks hold it at Sucha margin that they will lose nothing. The signs Oft Hetlet so Point to the tact that a reduction must Lee made in tie Cost of Iron for we have reached a period of depression which must Bear alike on All. Coa i Rons Idelino. The Coal miners hold Conven Liui Here today to de Ide whether or not they will accept a reduction of half a cent a Bushel. A strike of 6.000 men not Imp Bahle. Ilie late attempt at arbitration has pm bitter the struggle. The puddles Are again agitating w withdrawing from the amalgamated association and organizing by alleging that they have to stand tit e Brunt of the trouble every year and most of the fighting for the higher prices i Aid the rollers and beaters. Airy under to mrs acid of Captain Norwood was ordered by the commanding officer at fort Assiniboine on the evening of the shh lust to proceed to tie Lioun Dary line and intercept the raids. The troop left the Post at 4 of clock . Tie same Day and travelled tiring the entire night into Airway to the Boundary thursday. The la the the Sci Caiu of the troop with the Indian scouts who were in Advance came across a party of t Rees in of the stolen Stork. The frees deployed and opened fire upon the party. Tiny Leader of the t ret a. In attempting to crawl it it to fire upon the sergeant Olio had taken his position with his scouts was killed by the sergeant. Fast Tain Norwood upon hearing the filing in Raj with his command to the scene of the fight and deploying his Force commenced to Dis Unge the indians. One More i Roc was killed after which the indians escaped across the line. The stolen Stock stampeded during the fight and were not recovered. Columbus Till state is. Auditor Cappelleri the contract for National guard uniform Brief mention. Mars. April 23.�?auditor w. S. Cappeller of Hamilton t county full Cal his amended petition today in the supreme court in the Case of the to Diioro state is. To. 8, Cappeller auditor of Hamilton county in the matter wherein the county is Short Over 111,000 in her returns according to the state Atid tor that View being disputed by the county commissioners. The trial was Setfa or thursday next but on account of the resignation of attorney general Nash the Case will be continued. Warner m. Bateman Kappeller s attorney telegraphed to the auditor this afternoon wanting to know when it would be set for hearing. The soldiers vn1eokm8. Bids for the furnishing of fatigue uniforms for seat of government. How Sam Randall figures out his Call to be speaker. Ferrs Liat senator Anthonys in Liness unto death John g. Thompson on the Olito governor shop. The nation no guard of onto were opened at noon today by the a it Iju taut general. Cleveland co Lumbus new York and Ciuc Ianuali parties were bidders As follows in Guibone manufacturing company. Inci Nduati 110 f>5 per suit w. Boylon new York 9h go w. J. Go Twiman co Lumi us,9l0 48 Poinke amp Steen Cleveland j12 m. I Llcy a co., Columbus $9 82. The latter firm was awarded the contract. The code in St. Louis. Chicago Bra players. A Witrago april 23. 4, 0 striking bricklayers Are still ont. At the builders Exchange new men from various Points Are coming in ticking for work and getting it. There Occius to be a Witik of a Compro Aisea it Ever and the Junium men say they Are getting All the Money Thev need to maintain tic strike. New York. April 23. cuban and Spanish Cigar makers no muting about 800, and the packers and strippers Nura lie ring about 25 0, a will strike tomorrow for an Advance in wages. The makers want an of sauce of 92 a 1,000, while the strippers ctn and an Advance of 10 per cent Over what they Are now getting. It was the intention of the men to go out today but a it the firms employing them halt a Mitch tobacco cased ready for making up that would be ruined Sii Ould tie Riun Rofu a to work it. They deter mine Ltd to make the cigars in order Liat it might not spoil. Dayton of. April 23 a intelligence was received Here this evening Anim a representative of the out Hern Ohio Coal and mining company at Coal ton Jackson county to the cart Cut that 800 minors Hud stopped work. The trouble originates from sympathy on the part of the i tiers with the entry men who because of a reduction from f2 to Al Uii work Early last week. It is feared that the disaffection will Oxten to tie Wellston mine. Should this occur it would Afi oct other cities by it id it those in the Miami a tilted. The Southern Btu t Oal and mining stomp a Auy embraces Twenty five mines and is by Dii ton and Cincinnati cd Nib Isth. The capacity of the mines is l�?~4 cars daily ninety of which come to Dayton the balance to Springfield and Cincinnati got e. Ohio april 2 to the Thomas imn Toorks have closed All work on account of striking Coal haulers who refuse to work at a reduction in wages. The strike thro Ueli the entire Hocking Ailcy i i tire arguing to be Genera All the miners of str Alsville and lies Zietner being out. The la a set Amer Iron works the most extensive in the Valley closed on saturday. Washington april 23.�.Sam Randall does t look Down to Sec whether or not the grass is growing under his get. He is busily at work pulling the wires in every direction and ready for a Trade with anybody from the candidates for do keeper up. He confidently claims half of the Indiana delegation four votes from Ohio the Louisiana delegation nearly solid two votes from Georgia two from Alabama More than half of the Tennessee delegation a majority of the democratic representatives from new England two votes from Maryland two from new Jersey two from new York As Long As Gox is in the race and live from that state after Cox drops out two from miss Sippl two from West Virginia two from Illinois and the in Pennsyl Kaijia delegation solid. This rear cent his nos Itic strength on the first ballot Ai cording to the claims of his near friends and the Force that he will hold until the Figi itis Over whether his followers Are few or Many. It is pretty certain he will hold them firmly and Transfer then tidily to any outlier candidate he May favor after his Owtis chances Are dus Ulvid into thin air. Ex-seoret4ry Blaine being asked a a who will be the not speaker a a promptly ,.sam Randall of and it is a significant fact that the leaders and the Republican journals Are All electioneering for Randall. Capital . John m. Glover explains Why he can to fight f. A Bowman a the latter a growing thirst for Gore. By. Louis april 23.�?John m. Glover who wrote the card that led to the killing of slay Back by cd Kerul on saturday refused to fight Frank j. Bowman another attorney a Duel. This afternoon Glover publishes another card stating his reasons for refusing to fight Bowman. He say among other Thini is enough has been published concerning the questions Between a certain Impi visual and Rov self to show his status but there Are some things Tiki Iowa to the Public from which i an important moral May of drawn. His Public statement is tiiu months ago in the a Olkeriil Case he suffered at my hands the most grievous insult and that he did not resent them. He does not say Why. That in the prosecution of Peck. Some a time later he was insulted again in a Murk degree and did not resent it. That about the 20th Day of my cd i Tny ulsted his wife my daughter on grand a Amie and he did not re sent it he docs no say wily. And of i Eck a a. Chilean you would judge Bruni letter that i amused constantly by calling him a a a scamp a Ami a he Speaks in his letter to his Fri lands of a fortitude and forbearance Quot under these insults. He right. It exceeded anything i Ever knew and upon his own careful showing it i just be conceded to have but men cider above or Budow the character of a Man. 1 think Liow ver j have grounds to complain of u disc Nina Tion As the time which the nary says to Quot gave me for Rekiec Iione Waso iii Nrec months in the Case of the insults to himself and Only be month on the alleged in stilts to his wife while i have recently left red that general Noble slapped his face in ls76, and the time allowed him for reflection has not yet expired. Upon this a iia of facts i had intimated that this party was a Coward for not resenting these things on the spot and this was published in the Post dispatch but not sent to Nim by me. Asho alleges. This 1 thought fairly waived the ii Esipion of personal standing and though i knew the party a san incorrigible blackguard Wien he Anjou iced his in cution to Challenge me i determined to accommodate him. From that time i b came but a Means of advertising lids individual and my honorable name was simply used to re coir his faded moral Hab aliments. Or. Glover then explains How he was asked to take part in a conference which would Lead to an amicable adjust rent of their difficulties and says on the 15th i to name a Man of conference but never defined the Power of the arbitrator nor authorized any one else to do so. Imagine my amazement out in told that the party had consented to submit to three arbitrators the question of whether he had been property called a a a rogue a a a liar a und a a scamp a especially As be Lead once submitted Che same question to twelve arbitrators with the most distressing and damaging results. Having Learned that he a had named a Man in two hours and a Recti to Sno Mit the insult to his wife along w Ith the question of whether he was a a rogue a a a liar a and a Quot scamp to a car titration a 1 concluded that this party had about worked off and relieved me from any obligations i might be under to waive his character by reason of my having called him a Coward and having previously but Tempo sized with the arbitration i now broke it off and sent a note to or. Harrison to that effect Early on the morning of pril 2b. I then declined to notice this party a communication on the grounds set out and the one not sued but ii read Between the lines i wit Toliaf the party a character was not such As to entitle him to the recognition asked for at Ray hand. The moral i referred to is that others Shontel learn from Ray mistake not to attempt to Trust a known blackguard As a gentle nuts pro tem. Yours very respectfully John m. In Ives. Efforts were made to see the unsuccessful dualist but he had gone out some place the Uslice boy did not know where. S. Mcdonald was met on the Street. He was glad the thing was Oyer and does not want to get mixed up in another such affair. That there was no fight after All was to him simply . On Lyday night he would have staked every Dollar he owned that the two men Yould go out and shoot. It seems incredible to him that there should be no blood shod after All. Drifting from this Case or. Mcdonald said that nothing further could be done now in the matter of the a affair of Honor a As or. Glover a declination put the troubles of the two men beyond the Pale of the code or. Mcdonald in ois interview today and on saturday to two different reporters announced openly that the sex disbarred attorney Lutender challenging or. Pulitzer the proprietor of the Post dispatch and then if he would not fight he should Challenge or. John a. Cock Roll and make him Light. These affairs however or. Mcdonald added were in the hands of another party. The a Aitkens. Grain and provisions on a Uli adige it Chicago rail Natl Stock at new York. Chicago april 23, Market a on change were Active and excited but values for nearly All articles unsettled Aud irregular. Wheat opened firm. There were also Large buying orders Aud As prices advanced the shorts commenced covering freely and quickly appreciated a re a. But when the frightened shorts had covered and the bulk of the buying orders from out iders were filled pric s reacted downward Ami fluctuated rapid closing at Al it omit the lowest Price of thi session. Corn was stronger in sympathy wit i wheat advanced a a a pc but there was not Stith demand on Side of covering shorts and when wheat weakened the Advance was lost and closed a a by pc below the Ling hell prices. Ortts were till weak and lower. The receipt being larger. Hie buying demand was Light and a prices closed at about the inside Fig 11 res mess pork was Active under a Strong pc cola Tivo buying for an Advance there an Active demand to cover Sli Orik and prices App e elated 4.>�. Ioc per Bra. And closed at 5 i>7�?~.jc under the Hirlu 8 prices. Lard was Active advanced per Pii lbs., Umlor a l ire demand to cover Short Sayij fill Iju Ymir orders and closed at 5c under the i Glomst Jincks. Short rib sides were Active and i Vic a and a closed at the it it Lavanc. Unher Ine to Are firm Ami tie demand for Export cuts is better. Four was Juiet. And stocks Wen firmly Hehl without pc Cut Chance in prices but a stronger in Eizig us Muzii espied. The markets close on theft croon null Board the Recle Bucan conference. The Republican conference announced for today was evidently not Well at need the Dis Citra Gemeyl Given the scheme but so Many Lead Iniz republicans having a dampening effect like unto a wet Blanket. The count let a Mussy rep re Van King governor Foster e a rep Resen Teti ves Dwight Ulintin Tou and Freese Captain John Donaldson Secretary of tie Republican state executive Coin mixtec Lewis , of Cincinnati auditor Oglevee chairman of the re put lican committee supreme judge George k. Nash. Charlie Moore Captain Crooks and other republicans flitted nervously through the corridors of the state House and the office of the Neil. Just what was said has not by ii mule Jiu Blic but certain it is that a postponement was frown i Down on account of the Campai i material it would furnish the democrats. Whom they All acknowledge have the under hold Tuo Nurst annoying reflection t. The statesmen was Aslo How the news of the pro jmj Tell postponement leaked out. Like in Rilance company a la cd oct. The equitable re Servo fund and life association was refused permission to do business in the site Imlay. By insurance commissioner Moore. The company 1� organize under the Laws of new York state which allow greater than the of Ohio. Another is that Icv charge so 5u on a certificate of in Olio f2 is the limit on that amount. General notes Howard i. Conard 1 his duties As state Libra ring Imlay mits Mary har Barigh. For so Many years co with the inst Sutlon As . Will be retained. A Peculiar error crept into the resold the providing for the appointment of a committee to inquire into the evils of the convict system. One a Miles the commissioners and the ther provides Liat they Khali to get appointed by the governor w to has do to not make an appoint ment but let those serve who arc named in the Resolution. Another interesting question concerning the s Ott Law is raied. It provides that a More owners of premise a do not desire to have their Proi cry used for Saloon purposes the tenant must gel out. A Orao of the East pm men claim that in Case they have a icamae for a Terra of years for premises the owner of which Obj a t8 to the use made of them that they will escape the provisions of the Law entirely. It be seen that a Groat Many will arise in putting it in of Eutimi. D. L Bowersmith it Ity editor of the journal has Boon called to Muy Svich by the death of Hia Poilu a to. Morrison the Chicago Man who waa arrested the re saturday for attempting to swindle the Hompton Spring Wagon works of this City we As i Toul Over to court in the sum of s2.00u. Bail was Yurui it he a Peter h. Clarkjr. The Young coloured journalist of Cincinnati has been visiting friends Liere for two or three Days. An evening paper estimates the number of saloons clo Quot to in the slate Imlay at 2ix>. But few elo.4id in this City. A rat preferring to wait until the of Llie Scott Law is tested. Incorporation. August Willich Post A. R., of Cincinnati Max Kohn Frank t. Porter tie. Kountz Samuel m. Lowenstein Adolphus Ami w. Search. The Llynda wrought Iron Fence company of Elyria. O. Capital Stock . The ventral Oil nil soap company of Hamilton it bunty by a l. Upson g. 11. Welton l. A a. T son c. Nupson and l. 8. Stiles capital Stock . Tjie Church of Christ Elyria Its follows no. 2 wheat Gill Crittl 15&Quot ,. May u no Cal 1h-� june. A july go 11 August. 1 t tical �7% year. Corn. .�?T>1 4�q5u.-�?Z&Ltj May 5<v/4<a5> by Juno. July by an old partner. August. Oats. May 4i<c, 42 a it june a 42 i.4 it c july a ii of pc year. Ave 6jj.c Mav 61?/4c june. A pork 819�?T.y� i j May gel a to Ait a a Jwuc gig 6770 Ziy. I j 82i-� �tl9 k5 August 9�?~.i �g.f�20 sit pm her $17 22v� u.l7 25 car. Lynnl g 1 72cl May. 5tl so full 87�?~june, $11 97j./�.12 Lucy and August $11 92.jseptember, 510 90f�io �2 Vear. Short ribs. $11 17 All 50 june. $11 a Noaell 62i july $11 t0,vg1 72 August. $11 77 -2 iii so september. Flax Kee i no. At a 52. Barley no. 3. Lit 6tc. steady. $1 16. Cattle were quiet and slow buyers Dispo Seil to dem Ami concessions. Choice to fancy heavy Klers $6 40r6 to extra do., $6 l5 it Tai j0 Good shipping steers. Of a Vul 15 fair medium steers. 85 75 -5 80 native feeding steers 81 75 �5 30. Hogs receipts 9.400 head shipped. 1.97t head Market Active and firm and although the Quality a is pier prices were 10c per 100 Poi mls higher. Fair to Choice smooth Lilit $7 25iit7 75 fir Baccam grades $7 2ii. I.7 to it for fair to Choice Mixhwl weight of heavy and Light and $7 clia7 a for Choice to fancy heavy thin ii ghz $6 2.�?Tk<k 57-sheep Are quiet. $1 �?T25 ii.5 per 100 pounds. A Tocks and Money. New York april z. Cottros of the Stock Market Imlay was a great to the majority of the room traders who. Acting upon the of the Street made haste to increase their interest on the Short Side of the account. The leading stocks were persistently hammered but prices yielded Only fractionally and the spec station do slaved an undertone of strength. Among attic in Favorale rumours circa late was one to the effect that the English stockholder a of Wabash it and been scaling. This was of denied hence the shares recovery. It 1� quite Clear to tit the manipulation of the Market for lower prices this morning was intended solely for the purpose of Aeq hiring cheap Stolt is and this View is Susu ined by the steady purchases of Northwest and Union Pacile made for tie of comit of a prominent Oia Rator throughout the Day. The Early decline ranged from /8 to % per cent., but an Advance of % to 1 per cent followed and the improvement Sci maintained at the close t Anada Southern was a a table exception Selling Down la per cent to and closing at go a. St. Paul Minneapolis and mania Aba. After declining from 12.1�4 to 12 1- Rose to i itry. The sales amounted to 277,28i shares against 317,970 saturday. Money and the rates for Call Loans on stocks ranged from 5�?T4 top a cent., with final iras actions at the latter figure. John Clark shot dead by James Frank at sep we Rte vol la by. , kv., april a us this morning at about 7 of clock at stewarts vide Luthia county about six Miles West of this place Jinn Frank went into the store of John i Lark and after a few words of alter Matlou Drew a pistol and shot at Clark five times hitting him twice one bail entered the let Reast and the other the neck killing him instantly. Frank and Clark had been in business to Geilier in general , it dist i cd a few Days ago on account of an alleged dishonourable transaction on the inn of Frank. He c Tine into Clarks store this morning and asked him if he had said that he Frank Lia Ltd stole n a a trial a Check t Lark said be him. Frank with an oath called him a liar dark told him not to repeat that. Frank re cat d it and t lure ii picking up a Small stick of kindling Wood noise it. When Frank Drew a pistol cud fired with the above mentioned fatal result. Frank Hud not Bujen arrested when la. A Porter left. Clark was a Young Man of excellent habits and highly . He had been married Only Abonit Lour weeks Franks reputation in the Community bad Aud the indignation against him is intense. Serlo Sneza of senator Anthonys illness a warning to government pensioners. Washino Tun april 23.�?private telegrams today indicate that senator Anthonys is More serious Tolian was at first supposed. His malady is unc Mic poisoning. During the session of the Senate last Winter or. Anthony was Lre i gently noticed silting by himself with a very abstract etl manner and this peculiarity has been till More ire in cantly observed since his return Home. When he was stricken Down on Saturn Lair hit intellect appeared clouded but Bis mind seemed rather clearer yesterday. The doctor Hopes to con Juer this Atrock but fears Are express on every hand that the disease will eventually prove fatal. Senator Anthony was sixty Zelghi years old on the first Day of this month. Vijh Trig his Twenty eight years in the unite states Senate he been Vry popular in Washington and his present physical Condi Tion is no doubt due in a Large measure to High living. If he lives senator Anthony will enter upon his fifth term when the Senate meets again. pension examiners. The of pension has Assn Cufa circular i jilting that complaints have Reache office Nat persons Are travelling throw finout the . A Laming that they Are authorized to represent the Eom missioner of , and that they have defrauded pen Fiji hers and applicant for pensions. No pc tidal exam nor or Otler person Ems Loyed by the pension of face is Tuth Orizal to receive Vioney either As fees or expenses and Al such examiner Are prov hied with certificates i Lic Aring tie signatures of Llie commissioner if pensions and the Secretary of the Interior. Therefore if any person. In the absence of such authority should Reprez enl that he is a special Exi Trainer of the pension Effice. Or shall demand or obtain Money under and a pretence whatever he May be safely get Down As a fraud and a swindler and among the worst of his class. Job missioner Dudley states the it is his Earnest desire that prompt add Vigrous measure be taken to bring these offenders to Justice. The Ohio governorship. John g. Thompson Hilt s concerning the Gnu creator i race Ilia he does not think judge be docs will permit his name to go before the convention Ami that the contest is Likely to pc Between Hoadly and Durbin Ward. When asked which of these two is the stronger Here pipe a i hardly know. General word is the Favourite of the old Moss backed democrats and Julge Hoadly Veenje to be the Choice of the Libe tul minded Al cml tit of the party and the Germanis. In wily a Amther advantage also and that is he lives in to incl Nati. However either Load la or Ward would be elected an .1 yet Beitf car of them May be nominated a general notes. Ker still speaking in the Star route ease. He get through by the Mel of the week. Fifty Duars a Day naturally leads to Long Wando a nest a. Assistants Creary French is in new York and John c. New is discharging his Uii . The Hill do a not . The men who made the charges against him have thus failed to appear before the Aud give testimony. The Ltd of Minitte will meet again wednesday morning Ami if none of the appear the matter will probably be dropped. Ex-8e< rotary Blaine will leave for his Home in Augusta me where he will spend the summer about the 1st of Luke. Ben Lutterworth is in the City and Keifer leaves tonight for Ohio. In Ost Masier was among the callers at the White House ton a and Whf warmly greeted by tie pack Dent. Whether the result of his Alligator Huntor sea sickness i done to know hut Secretary to hand Ler comes Back looking As if he had had an attack of Worms. Senator Mahones party is going to pieces in a Irginia. The split in the Norfolk i of so serious a nature As to have compelled a Houes personal attention. He films that whip has lost lash so As that Vicinity is Concerne for his one Revice with the a a leaders there resulted in widening the breach. A a a a Nator bid let Roger is reported to have said that the Democrat Milf carry Virginia at the next election Liy a i Dix majority. Or. James g. Sex Tro of Cincinnati u it the Ebbitt. And there waa popular conf Ilon which confounded the failing Coral any with the Argentine. This Hurt new business and caused the surrender of some of old policies. Then came the passage of a new insurance Law by the Colorado Legi Alatore to Toke effect april 1,1883, which is almost prohibitory in provisions As is the Indiana Law. Boa month ago the company began winding up affairs and last week they were placed in the hands of a ret Lver g. W. Stubba. The chief organizer of the company was w. Grubb of this City. The original capital Stock waa , of which Only of it was placed and in the original subscriptions some of the stockholders Only paid 10 per cent., while others paid 25. No other attic sment has been made. The liabilities of the comp Gnu Are about 915.000, and the fact that it has Pai Over $50.000 in losses and never bad a judgment taken against it was evidence of a legitimate business. This is set out in full Here to contradict erroneous reports which have been no cited. The Rev. Or. J. Nicholson of St Marks Church poll Adelphus. Who was elected Bishop of the diocese of Indiana in the episcopal Church and who declines seems to of something of the Frame of mind which Bvron a heroine was in who a a swear no she Woulf never consent consented a As the following private letter shows re tort of by. Paul to Church. A Richmond. Ind., april 21, 1882. Rev and dear brother Rev. Or. In Chopin informs me that he he received Many letters both for a within and without the diocese asking if his decision is so final that he will not reconsider the Metier of the Indiana episcopate. This he consents to do and will . Visit Indianapolis for the purpose of getting further enlightenment his one desire is to do his duty to Christ and his Church. The doctor requests the standing committee to withhold the present All act Ltd in the matter of Bis a letter of fraternally yours John a. Wake Bald. P. . Nicholson expects to be at the Quot Denison a Indianapolis on wednesday Mav 9, when 1 know it will give him much pleasure to meet any of our Cle Jiw or laymen. J. B. W. The congregation of the Church of the sacred heart t a Atholl have contracted for the erection of a new Church edifice to Cost $ 25,000. George Waim. Books Ceder for born 4t co., and occupying rooms in the Windsor Block was found to do ill with Vario Loid saturday evening and was removed to the pest House. The win i Sor is an apartment House in the heart of the City. Grain men think that the weather so Isnit injurious nil cols a Sharp freeze should follow the cold rain and Snow but the markets have stiffened under the influence of the bad weather. As the general opinion like that of the Man who fell Down stairs and on being it he Wax Hurt replied that it Quot did t do him a bit of # the last chapter of that chinese War with the con Tahlea. When the latter attempted the arrest of the former occurred when the Constable to Jan Reading. E. Lung grab lied the document and Tore it up. With the injunction a you go to Heller me go to Binford a Meau Uig his lawyer a the clarity kindergarten which has an average attendance of forty five in charge of mrs. E. A. Bloker pleasantly celebrate the anniversary of free blk the founder of the system. Tie lad has also a a Normal Scho Jpn for , and in june eight kindergarten teachers will be ready for work and fourteen applicants have been received for the class to be formed next month. Or. Daniel ii. Hernandez has been arrested i charged with performing an abortion upon Martha n. Vestal who made Asta Meiu to that effect to the Coroner saying she taken to a lying in establish nent by the doctor for that pure it be. The doctor denies it Point Blank and says he simply negotiated a settlement Between the girl Aud the Man in the Case. The latter has lied the City. Ills name is Adam if Offman. England a Bete noir. The All he Blacino Organiza. Tion of this fenian a. Haul an and feat Fierstone two More of the Dublin prisoners said to Havo tamed informer. London april 24. times say the government has obtained information. In the coarse of the recent inquiries that the enrolled members of the fenian organization in the United kingdom number 1.50,w 0, and there Are besides distinct offshoots of Fenia ism such As the vigilante and invincible. Eugene King Ston who was arrested at Liverpool and taken to Dublin was a member of both the Jse branches. Such double membership is unusual. There Are besides secret sections affiliated with the american dynamite party. The police have accurate information regarding the move tits of the conspirators and it is expected further revelations will be made. The English explosives acts. In Inion april 23. Home Secretary has been overwhelmed with letter and petitions reminding him of the trades May be even if they Are not already seriously involved by the explosives Bill and members of the House of commons Are in receipt of petitions urging the necessity of an immediate change in the Laws. The principal operators who suffer directly from the Law and who feel Ite effects at once Are mine owners Quarry men builders and others who depend almost entirely on the uk6 of dynamite to carry on their legitimate business. They have already been harassed by the inconvenient restrictions placed on commercial transactions in explosives and the few Law makes it dauger cml to carry on their business at All. As it places them practically at the mercy of blackmailers and pretended informers. Delight of the anti Smith faction. He tried very lard to get Friend to go on his 9600 Bond but not enough of them were property holders to race their Shepherd. Or. Smith is very much depress but std insist that be did not inst go to the bum Jug of the rival factions Church. Ann Crockett says that Smith Boudoi her Ana Causell her to fire the bonding. She has Beeg released on Tim Long states evidence Aud mrs. Keirmau who u in jail As accessory to the crime is said to have succeeded Ann in or. Smiths regard. It is not believed that the a Voudoo eds woman would have dared to make the carte of arson without cause. No Trace of Smiths 8lo has been found. It is supposed he gave it to some one of the coloured party who welcomed him at the depot. A the Hatti . Preparing to bombard Mara gone Antor. Lean seamen arrested �1. Port a Priteca april 5. War Steamer Eglite and liberte Are preparing to bombard Hli Agone. Martial taw has a Jen Procla aed. President Salomon has issued a proc Amatori in which he defies the insurgents. Base Lac proclamation depot no presi Dent Salomon. The merchants of port a Prince be placed 9200, at the do Spoeri of president poll Adelinia april 23. Steamer trope arrived at Thia port this morning from Saa Antonio Jamaica. Information was Laid by three of her seamen that the vessel commanded by Captain aug. Rand had been employed by the Kaytlen insurgents to convey arms ammunition and uniforms to Hayti. Thomas Pender first mate and Willis Rand second mate were arrested and bound Over to answer. River news by Telegraph. , by. April a >. River is rising slowly Here with u feet 9inchc.s in the canal it it Park Aud feet 5 ii Icho in the Chute on the Falls. La iii Icso fair on the Landing and a Cutler Clou ily Lily and win by. With drizzling rain. Arrive Isle Ilcyn Franklin from rain hot to Henderson cons Millar. Memphis. Departed new Mary Houston new Orleans s. P. Coo Ami Tow St. . . April 23. 10 feet 6 inches and rising. Weather Rainy. Wind Southwest. Then Mueter i2i in Xii , april 23, 8 feet 6 Ini he and i iii. Raining and Cool. Inc Hattie a it to Date arrived at a ., and leave at .5 . a. , april River 10 feet and Ris Imp. Wear her ruining last night wind North. Tier Rometer 50. . April 23. Steamer a w. Anderson collided with the steam Fen Yli oat seventy six in Trio Middle of the River last evening i a Sling onside Ruble e to tiie Heep . Tile latter was to blame for trying to Cross the path of the an Lerson. his april �3.�?rivt r stationary. Arrived Tyty and w. W. Of Neil from new Orleans. Clear new , april 23.�?arrived up Silver Schenek ii. J. In files and barges departed guiding Star and City of St. Louis. The Lund convention. , april �?~23.-there is every indication that wednesdays convention will be a full one and that the gathering of thursday will be very Large. The delegates Here have no sympathy. With . James a. Mooney Bilalo who will preside said today that did not Shiuk a it sea would put in an appearance. A Many believe a said or. Mooney a that our convention will be an uproarious Sor of no affair. This is a mistaken idea. A Cox pet the conv Oikion to be series of harmonious inert bugs to a Iro Mulato the principles advocated by in Urnell. 55 e Are american a Lazorie and won shill do nothing to reflect Dos Crait on our at thib Pontti. One year ago yesterday the Towb of Monticello a Long six Miles South of the track of this storm almost destroyed by a Tornado. A dispatch from Aberdeen miss., says the a done passed Over that portion of the City Itaoka As Freedman town. At noon yesterday. Smallpox at Stentor 111. Streator april 23.�?there Are a dozen cases of smallpox in this place. A per thous in being built and the infected houses Are Quara lined. A child of or. Davis died from the dread disease. James Devine a switch Engineer with the Chicago Burlington amp Quincy Railroad died yesterday. Burglary at Leesburg La Esturo 0�?z april 23.�?burglam effected an Entrance in the Boot and shoo store of a. P. Keen in this place last night by picking to a locks and carried off goods to the Vii of Flo it is supposed to be the name that so successfully worked a number it i stores Here a few weeks since. The Muggle Glenn Eck mystery. , neb., april 23. finding of the body of Little Maggie Henri cake in the River at m in Waukee overturns the theory of her abduction which until now misguided parties in Nebraska have advanced and thoroughly believed. Borden the Crank who concocted the neb Niska scheme and led detectives Brown and Abbott on Many a wild Goose Chase skipped the country Long since. A letter was re Scive from film fated new Orleans in which he stated that he was still ready to reveal the whereabouts of Maggie providing the Bura of 920, a would to forthcoming. Detectives Brown and Abbott Are now Unfer indictment for die arrest and false imprisonment of one la Amitton of Nebraska City accused of being a party to the abduction. The damage Are placed St 910,000. The trial will take place at the next term of the court. A for Dayton. Madame Paul my Nckee a trials. Paris april �?~23.�?madame pan Myncke has mad her Linoir creation Aud subsequent illness the subject of telling agitation in anarchist circle.�, and took it of the text of a bitter tirade at the usual sunday meeting at the Salle Luis last night. She roundly abused the government and the courts for the imprisonment of the convicted anarchists and personally attacked the counsel who have in charge the preparation of the cases of others of the socialist agitators. Ii he again predicted the speedy Advent of the great social revolution which half Paris alludes to As a Minc keys tic expedition to Tonquin. Paris. April 2l�?two thousand sailors now on duty in the Harbor and at the govern mint docks at Marseilles have been ordered to i get in readiness to in rocked with the gunboat flotilla to Tonquin. The Enterprise is to be accompanied by a oot sold Iorg. A Force believed to be Sumei ent to Intima state if not to subjugate the country. It is understood that the French government intends to Comiel the emperor of Anam to carry out the treaty of 1874 and insure free navigation of the red River. Bul Ulde a Maysville. Albert blows out is brains in a fit of temporary insanity. , k5 april 23.�?yesterday morning Mir Community was shocked by the report of the suicide of or. K. Albert one of our most prominent merchant at Hla residence on front St fact. Friends Olio hastened to the Houise found him lying where he fell with a Bullet Hole in his right Temple from which the blood was still flowing. He had died instantly without a struggle and the pistol with which the Rasli act was Comini aed was still in his hand. His three clerks t. K. Luckette jr., John bal Lenger and David Hechinger were inhuman treatment of a woman in her Llor of Forest need. Dayton o., april 23.�?a woman named Kate Heidle in company with her two children came Here this morning on a pan handle train irom Londono shortly after getting out of the cars she realized that she was about to give birth to a child. She applied to a hotel near the depot on sixth Street and stated her condition that she Lead formerly lived Here and had acquaintances in tie City but did nov know where to find them. With this statement she begged immediate assistance and a physician. The proprietor refused ner admission but suggested other hotels in the neighbourhood. The woman in a half crazed condition moved on followed by her crying children who recognized their Mother suffering but could not understand or assist her. A second time she tight admission and was refuse a. In this pitiable condition the woman let tiered across the Railroad tracks to the Inci Nduati House staggered into a hallway fell to the floor and gave birth to the child a boy. Her crib s and that of the children brought boarders guests and passers by to the scene Hume time Ait Erward the a Niraan was removed to a i room Ami placed upon a cot. The experience of the woman before she finally seen red proper treatment and nursing unfortunately reflect upon the position the City Oeeupit-8 in having two Ltd tical boards of infirmary directors each claiming authority and refusing to Rox it Golze any act of the Oiler. Or. Nicholas tear assenting a Council appointment a an infirmary director waa called upon to take charge of the woman lie Elnoel her in a express Wagon and drove to the infirmary where the superintendent refused to Rin Sive her through his authority. For several Houts the woman was driven from one Point to another in the City in an Elf not to find a resting place until at last a comp Misc was effect a Between the Eoute Iid and an agreement was arrived at to receive the woman at the infirmary up it a the joint permit of All. To the City physician the woman states that her Home for a year past has been in la it Ndon. Her Husland a travelling agent for Van am Burghs show and has let Cen aliment Anim Home for several months she had bks a living with her father but he a a difficulty with him and had intend Chi to seek a Home Here among former a Queisi uces in anticipation of the birth of her child. Liw Irish trials. , april 23.�?joseph Hanlan another of the prisoners charged with being implicated in the thu Nix Park murders is exp meted to turn informer. The government apr it ardently mistrust ability to make out a Case against him and intend using him at the second trial of Timothy Kelly Timothy k Day the allege Pho anti Park murderer in whose Case the jury failed to agree last Friday was again Plu cod on trial today London april ��. jury in the Kelly trial in Dublin includes a in Hubli an named Wren at Whix a House the Mur i errs drank be ire going to a Haenle in Ark. One of the Veronn Ali new res co Lynn swore that Kelly was not among the four men seen by him in Pho mix Park on the evening of May 5. The Oroway counsel was surprised at his statement and Craa examined the witness. The incident is consider eel important. The real name of Featherstone one of the alleged dynamite conspirators in custody Here. 1� Edmund Kennedy. It is said that be has inn red informer and 1s giving information to the authorities touching the doing of the comp Ira Torh. Chicago a Western Indiana. Chicado april 2. directors of the Chicago pc Eastern Hlin ots Railroad at a called meeting today. F of firmed the Leone of privileges from the Chicago a Western Indiana Road which will give flee former a depot in the heat of the City near Van Buren Sevect. Nellie the female Tang. Chicago april 23.-Nellie Mccabe the notorious sandbagged. And pal of the North Side thugs was today convicted of receiving stolen property and sentenced to one year in the Penitentiary. She held up and robbed several Fuu grown men last Winter. Glanders la Illinois. ?, lu., april 23. state veterinarian report cafes of Glandien among the horse of 5a Hites de county and left Thia City today to investigate the reports of the same disease in Perry county. Taken to act a. Csc ago april 23.�?mickey Blake a notorious thief was captured Herti and taken to Iowa today. There Are a Dore charges of Burgi Arv against him. The hallway exposition. Csc ago april 23.�?kxtenrive Are being made for the great railway expo Sitlow. Which will be open nearly All sum methered. Chlea go evening Jamal pm Coo april 23. evening journal today enters upon the Fortieth year of Ite Public Tion. Slade hands Cobaris a few. Newyl Ork april 23.�?at a boxing entertainment this evening the wind up was Between Herbert Slade und Joe Coburn. The latter had previously declared Slade the Best Man he had Ever met and no one will dispute him after the show tonight. Slade struck out vigorously As though determined to give Colum a taste of his Quality before going to Europe. He a veral times hit t Burijon the note and very often landed the Glove on Joe s Bald Pate while Joe invariably resort cd to Clini Hing to avoid the blow.�, but it was going from Bawi to Ronse As the Maori would Jilch his head in chancery and give him one blow in the face before letting him go. In the third round 8hide got Coburn in a bad position. And hit him a blow on the neck unintentionally knocking Down. Upon Ari a ing Oburn w Fia advised by a Friend to a give him one a but Coburn did not or could not take the advice and after a few More blows had la Een exchanged the Meu Shook hands and left the stage. All Quot in the room at the time the fatal shot was fired but the report of the pistol the first intimation they had of his design. They had All been sitting around the fire talking Over Busine to Aff air and or. Allier had Arisen and was walking to and fro. Ami had reached one end of the room when the rest were startled by the Rei Wrt. And or. Albert fell file pistol use Ltd was an old fashioned coils revolver of thirty two , and the Bullet went Clear through his head coming out in the left Temple. The Coroner was in Medlar in notified and a jury . After examining a number of witnesses the jury returned a verdict of suicide while his it ring under a fit of insanity. Foi some time the friends of or. Albert Hoa e noticed a great cd urge in his Nianzer and conduct and have suspected that he was becoming insane and during Iho last few Days it been parties Lurly notice ask. Or. Albert was a native of Prussia but had lived in Maysville since his Early manhood lie had Lawava been an aet ivc enterprising Public spirited Man identified with the inner eats of the City and had put in motion some of our in it thriving institutions. His death is a great Lovs to the comr Anity and a terrible blow to Hla family consist big of a wife and eight Chi Karen Komo quite Small. To was fifty five years id and was widely known. Indiana lib. An important Railroad suit new y Ork april 23.�?Tho trial of the action of the n. Y., in. E. Amp w. Railroad company against James my Dieury for the recovery of 51,-m7,089 17, was begun in Tho United states circuit t ont today. This action was begun in Tho Spreine court of the slate and transferred to uie Federal court. The comp Saint alleges that during ln73, 1871, and 1875, at in Dun eng Tud or. Mchenry As agent of the Eric Railroad of Paizy sold certain securities for the Erie company the proceeds of which be Rex olved Aud for which he has never a t accounted. Two thieving indent is less. Heina mont., april 23.�?information having reached fort Aasu Raboine that Stock had been stolen by a raiding party of British crees from the Vicinity of the Teeton about Twenty eight Miles from Benton troop a second Cav St. Louis murder cases. St. Lori april Van Wagoner Over ruled the Molon la arrest of judgment in the Ca Scot Matt , who killed Mary Andrews his wife and nent Euce i the prisoner this morning to be hanged on the 8th of june next. Tho motion to admit to bail Edward Rickert who killed Selina Wilson was also overruled. Praise for the news a broken instr knee company or. Nicholson May accept. Indian a polio april 23.�?i fell in with a prominent Democrat Aud a sagacious one who said Quot the democratic party for a Long time has had no poner a Cut of Cleveland Wilch could put Forth sound doctrine and speak to the sentiment and principles which underlie the democratic party instead of veering and Chang inv with every wind of doctrine. The courier Lounial Speaks More exclusively for the South the enquirer years us it gave up and abdicated Ite position in this regard. B my edited from tie counting Rexus Aud other Pomider actions opinions Long ago ceased to have any weight whatever. There is therefore this Opportunity for new. It can my a want. The democratic party West and North want a paper in whose counsel they can abide whose opinions they can hold to in whose utterances they Eon find the a word in season a feeling for it that it is edited from a High plane that expound sound Clemo Unatie principles. With such a Pur miso in View 1 done to see Why the Cincinnati news might not become the great democratic a Laparn to for Vic Inage merely but for the great can tel a Cut and the paper that can be looked to Aud Relie upon by the Mai we and Leaden voicing the weighty of iii Ion of the party which at critical i rids Al overwhelms and Dro Wius out Petty local the Argentine insurance company of Den ver jol., wus biota sized in May with Jere me Lene formerly of this City a resident. Resi the Cleveland molders strike broken. Cleveland april 23. strike of the molders at the works of the co operative 8tove company is at last broken and fifty of the strikers will return to work tomorrow having Anedeth to the company a demand. The proprietors of the works will hereafter employ both Union and non Union men. Dente of this had sock in it Are n. A Byram a. Bud sift e. S. Field judge Burns Benjamin l. Webb a. A. Heller w. Grubb. A. Hamilton. Fnu Kennedy John Carlon. And c e. Ill leu. Wrap Tab office As opened in us a w and the company a general business and for time Prospere and of the v time with it Cape i year the Denver fire Bui the latter ui2 Wae a Dull a bin november of thet company failed horse stealing worse than death. Actin tex., april 23.�?a Bastrop special Gays Nichole Jolo red who was indicted by the grand jury for theft of cattle from Auburn 4 Gill was found guilty and sentenced to the pen the Liary for three years. Several parties were indict to for murder but they either go free of Are sentenced for from one to two years. It is a greater crime to steal a $15 horse than it is to kill a ii a for disagreeing in politics. Nebraska Grain and Stock. Lincoln neb., april 23. on look is first <drts9 for Spring and Winter wheat. The acreage of All of Gram will be greatly in excess of that of last year. As for Stock there never was a better Outlook in this Sute. The Range cattle Are in excellent condition. The drive from Texas Ili be larger Inis year than Ever before. Henvy shipment of Western cattle. Wet that Falia tex., april 23. shipments of Stock cattle to this place have com Mcseed in Earnest. Three trains have arrived in the past Twenty four hours and there Are about 7,too cattle on the Road to arrive in a Day or two besides one Stock of 25.000 Eatrue that will be ship i d la the next ten Days. Taking Down the wires. Chicago april 23. twistern Union Tele graph company today continued the work of re moving their poles and wires along the North Side of Madison Street. The distance of three blocks has been cleared greatly improving the appearance of that Busy thorough Fox the Altu Hoase troubles. Boston april 23. governor today sent an order to the state Board of health Tust Lucung them to assume nil Powers and Uii be of the Board of of Tho state alms Bouse at Tewkesbury to Lake effect at once. The governor also sent a order summarily ousting the Board of trustees. The Otoe reservation Lin coir neb. April 23. appraisement of the Otoe Ocif erratum ranges from 91 Tolu per acre. The reservation is the very Garden spot of the Ultra Missouri Region Well watered and timbered. The reservation will be placed upon tbs Market june 1. The Snow storm. West. Denver Gou april 23�?the Snow storm in the mountains continues unabated. All trains Are delayed. Every available Snow plow is in sen ice and the Railroad companies Hope to pre vent a serious blockade. Prince Harapot Kane seriously 111. Paris april 23. morning papers contain acc Hunts of the continued ill a a of Prin re Kropotkine which is so serious As almost to preclude his recovery. His physicians express itt Tenhope of Relief and he May die at any moment. So dangerous is his condition that his wife has been Teleg nipped for Aud will probably be permitted by the authorities to attend upon him personally. After the Irish Dyn miters. London april 23.�?in the commons this afternoon Bourke conservative gave notice that he would quest Iofi the government As to whether any Steps have been taken by Tho authorities at relative to the conspiracies against England alleged to have been organized in America by members of the Irish dynamite party. The decision in Brand Langho Scase. London april lord Coleridge lord chief Usuke of England has rendered a decision in Avor of uha Ratni Brad laugh in the action brought against nowt Jurate member of parliament for North Warwickshire for maintaining the suit of Clarke against Bradlaugh in regard to the int tar s sitting and voting m the commons taking the oath of Alliance. Indians fighting the chinese Victoria b. C., april 2l�?dispatches just received from the Mainland say the Chib oaten indians have risen against chinese miners and Kille two drove the a it into their Lodge House which they surround Ltd an i when the Keoaen Ger left for the nearest Telegraph station the in Aliaus were assaulting it and More Are probably m a sacred. Tote Bank of ii gland threatened. Ports Momi Eno. April 23.�?letters have Leen received by the officers of the Branch House of the Bank of England threatening the destruction of that building by dynamite. Detectives in consequence have been detailed to watch the Bank. Revolts against Cetewayo. Ii Ondon april 33.�?dispatches trom Mainland state that there is serious fighting among the tribes in Tho Interior the revolt being caused by the of Cetewayo to his throne which u resisted by the More influential of local chiefs. The great Liverpool fire livebpcwm., april �?~23. loss by the burning of sir Edward Bates Cotton Aud general Ware Louse and Garnock Bibby 4 ship chandlery and Rop walk Here saturday is now fixed at �2m,m. Lolt8v�lle. They condemn it. Methodist misters and the dramatic festival. At the regular monday morning meeting of the methodist preachers association yesterday Rev. Or. A. B. Lonard offered a series of resolutions expressing deep regret that Mem Beni of Christian churches should promote the interests of the coming dramatic festival by their patronage and recommending that All True method be abstain therefrom and that it is their duty to in no Wise encourage the playhouse or anything tending toward immorality. The Reso Lutious were adopted and a copy sent to them a Ewing of the Assoc Patton of presbyterian clergymen which was held in the afternoon. At that meeting the resolutions were read but no action taken and no discussion had upon them so they were Laid upon the table. In speaking of this course of the presbyterian a Rev. Or. Edwards said last night that the pts by Terian clergymen Are simply an association of individuals that no matter what the individual opinion of each member might be upon the subject of the a Oil tons they did not consider that they had the authority nor a it their Profice. To a Impresa opinions upon matters of Public morality. Therefore the paper we not discussed Campaign music. A band proprietor obtains a judgment for services daring the late came pain. We. Lederhause band of twelve men we engaged during the late Campaign to furnish Republican music for Sadler Boettger and Anthony and especially the latter. P. W. Steigelman of the fourth Ward and d. M. Tomai an officer of the United states Revenue depart meet Are said to have guaranteed or. Ladder Hausa pay. The band play cd during All the Campaign. After the election he sent la a Biu for $93. It tvs refused for the Allt de reason that thei it had spent All their Money and having been beaten could not pay. Or. then went before Justice he one and sued them for the amount the ease was heard Yee ter Day afternoon and a judgment for the claim and costs give in favor of the plaintiff. Filled by a train. The train on the a. Amp l. Railroad due in Thlu City at 7 30 last night ran Over and killed a Man near Bri Titow. By. He was a Section Boes and lived some Miles this a Ide of Liere the Accident occurred. The body was taken aboard the train Aud conveyed to his Home where his wife Ami children were awaiting his return Ixia his Days work. Incampo Ratola. Theart Clee of incorporation of the knights of St. Edward roman Catholic benevolent association m Ere left for record yesterday. To Teton a or potors Are Henry Gladen George Schmeer. Ernst Wuepper Henry Guhring and. B. Thole governor Meriweather 111�?asking after a reporter la soul. Loris Vnye ky., april 23.�?governor Meri weather is lying la a critical condition at his country residence a few Miles South of the City. The injuries which he sustained in the fall on the City Hall Steps saturday afternoon Are thought to be internal and the venerable landmarks i Treme years make his recovery doubtful. All Jav he Suft Rod great pain. He has not in Jan Able to rest since the Accident and his friends Are to planned about his condition. The libel suit of John and Henrietta Caldwell is. The commercial , for $10, xxx damages on account of a pull cation of March 3, came up for trial this morn in the common pleas court. Both sides announced themselves ready and the preliminary statements were soon made. The article upon which the suit was based it purported interview with mrs. Caldwell in Sliu h statement Are attributed to her which place her in the Light of a religious Crank and Al. As a disciple of George Barnes. The interview waa a presented by the paper As an accredited affix air Tho reporter happening to be strolling by mrs. Caldwell or Tidence when she Hallid him Aud began asking after Tho welfare of Hia soul. She is represented As saying that she was going out into the highways and byways of Tho City to make a thorough overhauling of the City morally a. It was also queue i of her that she stated Utah she had two children whom she had named George Barnes and Jesus Christ and that should another be born to her she would name it Praise the Laird. The testimony was completed today and the Case will be argued tomorrow. The work silk association. From the Philadelphia times 20tb. The third annual meeting of the women a silk culture association of the United states was held yesterday after pm at St. Georges Hall mrs. John Lutu presided. The report of the treasurer showed the receipts to have been 94,303 in. And expenses 94.069 74, leaving a balance of 923j 31. In addition to this the a Sori Tion has 51.000 on Deposit. Statistics show that the worlds Annani production of raw silk consolidating Telephone lines. Daven tot a. April 23.�?at a meeting of some Twenty stockholders of the Midland West pm and Central Telephone companies it a decided to sons Olldaine the three companies and thus control the business of Iowa Lulli Niit a Ghio and Indiana. The Bell Telephone company is the Pover behind the throne and by the Coult Olid Hetio i movement takes one third of the Stock thus virtually having control while the nominal management will be in local hands. Fatal Accident at a crossing. Grass Lake mich., april 2�.�?willie Felton aged eighteen years son of a Justice of the peace tried to drive across the Michigan Central track when he was struck bythe new y Ork express and instantly killed. The horse was also killed and the Buff re destroyed and the was damaged that it had to go to the shop tor repairs. Has Betsion Noil Boman sin Chi Cago april 23.�?bernard Kelley late a priest of uie Yankton diocese has renounced romanism and joined the so called Independent Gat Bouc Church. He kicked at mass auricular confession and other dogmas. Kit tote Freeport it 111. . Frs Poiror iii april 23. Republic and a last Issue having been published on saturday. General Atkins will now devote his energies to the consolidated Jon Hal and re Bucan. Wanted in Texas. Chicago april 23.�?upon telegraphic advice today from Texas John Truax was arrested Here and Turnbol Over to of Beers from that state. 5vhile employed of a messenger for the Pacific expris8 company he apr it Pristol a Money package co Lull ugly of and fled. He conf a de iii Rue Over a Hunt red dollars Aud stated that he had expended 9400 a buying jewelry for Hia wife. Amounts to$4<x to 0,000,of which Etna and Japan it la produce Over one third of the amount country import thirty millions and manufactures eighty million dollars Worth of silk which give employment to thirty two thousand people. Philadelphia has seventy four silk Manti lecturing employing Over six thou Aud Hainds. The value of their produce tins last yeat amounted to nearly seven my Liiva dollars the past year thirty seven pounds of reeled silk there made by the association and did in used of a a profit of one Hundred per cent. The a a Julety 1� to Send exhibits to the state fairs at i Louisville. Fun August Aud Cincinnati in september. In May. 1884, there will be a fkr he cd in this Al the Ditt erect Nix esses of the manufacture of silk irom the rearing of the eggs to the completion of the fabric will be exhibited. Ltd major from Tho new York world. General Shie Raan recently had some shirts made at a flirt fishing store in Washington and the Cutter a few Days later me the general with a Friend Wilking Down the Avenue. Tho general dam Embred the face but could not plate him Aud the Cutter greeted him with a Good i Norneng general How Are you today a the general stopped Shook Han it is and the Cutter perceiving that the general a mind needed re preshing said quietly a made your a ooh 1 beg Pardon Quot a Ald the general quickly Aud turning 4o the gentleman with whom he was walking he said a colonel allow me Yoa to my Friend a major a Kente Klaas a trousers prom the log Ivule commercial. Abraham prank the proprietor of the Parmere a Home clothing House had a curiosity at Hie store last night it was a pair of pants which were made to order for or. W. M. Lose of Corinth Owen county by. They measured fifty eight inched around the Waist sixty four inches around the seat thirty four inches around the ipg. Thirty two incites was the inside leg measurement. The Panu were to be Cut in the latest fashion. Or. turns the scale at 415 pounds. The tailor says that in the Twenty Yoars that he hot been in business a hits never Merio a pair of pants that approached in size. A coloured Shep Lierd behind the bars. St. Lojia april 23.�?a dispatch from Mexico mo., says the Bey. Silas Smith coloured has been Brit ind the bars since saturday when he was brought Back a Rqn St. Tools to the great a big Fiah catches a Little boy. From the Gastonia Gazette. A Latue boy at Lineberger a fast Oil on the South Fork went fishing one Day fast week. His Mother soon heard him calling for help. She Rau Duwe to the River Aud found that the Bov had list oked a fish so Laige that it had Puu de Hora into the River. Deena site to save the fish the , who i an a pert swimmer had thrust his hand and Arm into the Flash e Mouth Aud out at the Gill. His Mother Drew both to the Beau in safety. The fish was an Ira a cum Trout weighing eight pounds. That boy is a credit to Korth Carol for. How unlike Ingersoll. From the Baltimore american. A Over the desert of death a remarks Robert Ingersoll a the Sphinx gases forever but never hew very unlike or. Ingersoll. His Tongue traverses the desert of death with the interminable con Unity of Aon Avau of drome a Daries that starts at Damascos and scarcely terminates at Balyoz

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